middle aged man from Baringo Central was yesterday captured by police after killing two people with poisoned arrow.
The man who has only been identified as Kemboi, narrated how they were eating with his brother before a neighbour came disrupt them.
He claimed that the man started insulting him before they got into a fight. In the process, his brother picked a stone and threw at him,a move that prompted him to go for an arrow 🏹 from his brothers house.
Police looking at Kemboi in disbelief [Photo/Courtesy]
He then pointed the arrow at the man,with an aim of killing him,but the man used his brother's wife as a shield. Kemboi said that he did not stop even after seeing his brother's wife on the ground and pointed another arrow at the man who also died on the spot.
Kemboi told the police that they have been involved in land dispute for some time with the man he killed. Sadly enough, the woman who died in the process was expectant.
The police were left in disbelief, asking themselves how the Kemboi could not spare the second man even after killing the first person.
Watch the video through the link below; https://fb.watch/6h7Q8lqrG1/
Netizens have reacted to the sad incident,
Jackline Thirdborn..."So sad."
Dominic De Muth..."If you ever be in the way of land dispute. Just ran away. The soil doesn't know any relations."
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